Browsing by Subject "Wireless sensor networks"

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  • Hautefeuille, Mathieu; O'Flynn, Brendan; Peters, Frank H.; O'Mahony, Conor (MDPI Publishing, 2011-11)
    Recent progress in data processing, communications and electronics miniaturization is now enabling the development of low-cost wireless sensor networks (WSN), which consist of spatially distributed autonomous sensor modules ...
  • Angove, Philip; O'Grady, Michael; Hayes, Jer; O'Flynn, Brendan; O'Hare, Hare, G. M. P. (Greg M. P.); Diamond, Dermot (IEEE, 2011-12)
    Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) almost invariably support a centralised network management model. Though the data gathering function is conducted remotely, such data is usually routed via data sinks to central servers ...
  • Boyle, David; Magno, Michele; O'Flynn, Brendan; Brunelli, Davide; Popovici, Emanuel M.; Benini, Luca (IEEE, 2011-12-09)
    This paper documents the design, implementation and characterisation of a wireless sensor node (GENESI Node v1.0), applicable to long-term structural health monitoring. Presented is a three layer abstraction of the ...
  • Buckley, John; O'Flynn, Brendan; Loizou, Loizos; Haigh, Peter; Boyle, David; Angove, Philip; Barton, John; Ó Mathúna, S. Cian; Popovici, Emanuel M.; O'Connell, Seán (IEEE, 2012-05)
    Body Sensor Network (BSN) technology is seeing a rapid emergence in application areas such as health, fitness and sports monitoring. Current BSN wireless sensors typically operate on a single frequency band (e.g. utilizing ...
  • Srivastava, Shraddha (University College Cork, 2013)
    Error correcting codes are combinatorial objects, designed to enable reliable transmission of digital data over noisy channels. They are ubiquitously used in communication, data storage etc. Error correction allows ...
  • Sitanayah, Lanny (University College Cork, 2013-01)
    Since Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are subject to failures, fault-tolerance becomes an important requirement for many WSN applications. Fault-tolerance can be enabled in different areas of WSN design and operation, ...
  • Wang, Wensi (University College Cork, 2014)
    Wireless sensor networks (WSN) are becoming widely adopted for many applications including complicated tasks like building energy management. However, one major concern for WSN technologies is the short lifetime and high ...
  • O'Connell, Eoin (University College Cork, 2014)
    My original contribution to knowledge is the creation of a WSN system that further improves the functionality of existing technology, whilst achieving improved power consumption and reliability. This thesis concerns the ...
  • Truong, Thuy T. (University College Cork, 2014)
    A wireless sensor network can become partitioned due to node failure, requiring the deployment of additional relay nodes in order to restore network connectivity. This introduces an optimisation problem involving a tradeoff ...